A four-parts documentary series that cast upon lights on the driving force of Malaysia that is becoming Asia's hub
Malaysia, which is going through a second Korean wave recently, has been the key point of marine transportation between west and the east, and was a country that prospered as a trade center. Malaysia has been a multiracial, multi-cultural nation for a long time, and its unique culture and the gift of nature has set a big asset for Malaysia to become the Asia's hub.
Malaysia attracts more than twenty million visitors yearly. Through their man resources they are becoming a major sightseeing spot, and we will show Malaysia's past, present and the future through four parts to portray how Malaysia is becoming the Asia's hub.
* Part 2- Rebirth of the Maritime kingdom
: Put a light on Malaysia's ecology protection system and the most fertile aquatic ecosystem
In the past Malaysia has been as been the key point of marine transportation between west and the east, and was a country that prospered as a trade center! The marine kingdom that has been lost in time is rising again. This started when the Celebes sea and the South China sea that surrounds Malaysia started to receive attraction as a world wide diving spot. The Malaysia sea that has the most organisms living in it has been a sightseeing spot that attracts more than twenty million people every year. We will focus on the reason how it has been able to keep the organisms for such a long time and look at Malaysia's ecology protection system and look at Malaysia's fertile sea